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Off-lease vehicles could send U.S. sales tumbling, analyst warns

An incoming "tsunami" of off-lease vehicles could send annual U.S. new-vehicle sales tumbling as low as 13 million by 2021, according to one Wall Street analyst.


Ex-Toyota exec Julie Hamp working as adviser to PR firm

Julie Hamp, who left Toyota following an arrest for suspicion of violating Japan's drug laws, is working for global public relations firm Finsbury.

| UPDATED: 5/25/17 4:18 pm ET - adds stock close
GM accused in lawsuit of using VW-like defeat devices

GM was accused of putting defeat devices in its trucks to beat emissions tests, the sixth carmaker linked to diesel cheating since 2015, when VW admitted to installing software to bypass pollution rules.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Avi Steinlauf
Don't give up yet on EV subsidies

While many in the industry may believe EVs are the future, the unfortunate reality is that they're not the present, writes Edmunds CEO Avi Steinlauf.


Nissan's e-Power hybrids may go global

Nissan's hybrid hit is virtually unknown outside Japan. But the company is thinking about taking it overseas where it could challenge the Prius, just as it does at home.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
EV opinion good advice for Trump

President Donald Trump should take Editor-in-Chief Keith Crain's advice to end electric vehicle subsidies, Mack McLarty says.


Oil powerhouse Total predicts a boom in EV sales

Electric cars are coming fast -- and that's not just the opinion of carmakers anymore. Total, one of the world's biggest oil producers, is now saying EVs may constitute almost a third of new-car sales by the end of the next decade.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
There are reasons for Tesla valuation

Tesla's year-to-date sales are up double digits and outpacing the industry, and comScore data show demand for Tesla is outstripping supply.

COMMENTARY: Keith Crain | UPDATED: 5/9/17 2:08 pm ET - corrected
Time to pull the plug on EV subsidies

With the federal deficit looming high and just about everyone joining the EV marketing blitz, it is time to remove the monetary incentive for buying an electric car.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Brian Lakamp
Convenient, compelling EV charging

Anyone paying attention to mainstream news should notice a steady, growing stream of headlines about electric vehicles and EV charging. The space is accelerating in anticipation of the coming marketplace.

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